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Fig. 186. Cross section of cyema showing homogeneous structure produced by maceration. No. 205. X 11.25.
 
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Plate 17

Fig. 175. A portion of a chorionic vesicle, showing appearances identical with tissue cultures. No. 545. X135.

Fig. 176. Fetus showing gluing of hand to face. No. 316.

Fig. 177. Villi showing obliteration of vessels by maceration and disintegration. No. 640.

Fig. 178. Villi showing obliteration of vessels by proliferation. No. 317. X97.5.

Fig. 179. Macerated tubal specimen imbedded in clot and undergoing lysis. No. 1938. X0.75.

Fig. 180. Fetus showing continuity of epidermis across the mouth, with obliteration of the labial slit. No. 885. X 4.5.

Fig. 181. Macerated tubal specimen, only the chorionic vesicle remaining. No. 2035. X0.75.

Fig. 182. Slightly macerated villi. No. 275. X37.5.

Fig. 183. Greatly macerated villi. No. 7236.

Fig. 184. Macerated, long-retained villi, with lumina of capillaries plugged with coagulum. No. 286. X37.5.

Fig. 185. Fetus in sagittal section showing maceration, especially of the nervous system. No. 285. X4.5.

Fig. 186. Cross section of cyema showing homogeneous structure produced by maceration. No. 205. X 11.25.


Plate 17: Figs. 175 | Fig. 176 | Fig. 177 | Fig. 178 | Fig. 179 | Fig. 180 | Fig. 181 | Fig. 182 | Fig. 183 | Fig. 184 | Fig. 185 | Fig. 186 | 13 Postmortem intrauterine Changes



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Mall FP. and Meyer AW. Studies on abortuses: a survey of pathologic ova in the Carnegie Embryological Collection. (1921) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 275, 12: 1-364.

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current20:01, 23 November 2012Thumbnail for version as of 20:01, 23 November 2012926 × 1,200 (255 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)==Plate 17== Fig. 175. A portion of a chorionic vesicle, showing appearances identical with tissue cultures. No. 545. X135. Fig. 176. Fetus showing gluing of hand to face. No. 316. Fig. 177. Villi showing obliteration of vessels by maceration and disi